Arts Grant News

Selected arts grants and philanthropy news from foundations and the federal government from around the Web.

Partnership with District 65 exposes kids to live theatre, 'a hot house for the imagination'

Exposure to live theater has an impact on children's success, according to the National Endowment for the Arts. Researchers suggest theater can shape a young person's future and help them become...more

NEA Statement On The Death Of National Heritage Fellow Mary Holiday Black

Mary Holiday Black, the first citizen of the Navajo Nation and the first Utahn to receive the National Heritage Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts, has died at the age of 80. She...more

Bentworth Art Teacher Captures Brownlee House For WCCF
Foundation: Washington County Community Foundation, Washington County Community Foundation

There's no better way to kick off the holiday season than with a painting of a beloved home. The Washington County Community Foundation has commissioned a portrait of the Samuel T. Brownlee House...more

How Ada Lovelace Used Embroidery To Create The First Computer Program

The world's first computer programmer was born just shy of 200 years ago. Ada Lovelace was born to poet Lord Byron and his wife, Anne Isabella Noel Byron, and grew up in a wealthy family in...more

NYU Pauses Admissions In Music Ed, Surprising Students

New York University announced last month it was suspending admissions to its undergraduate music education program, Inside Higher Ed reports, and students were shocked. They weren't worried about...more

Randolph Announces New Graduate Theater Program

Starting this summer, students at Randolph College in Virginia will be able to earn a master's in fine arts in theater. It's the first such program in the US, per the Roanoke Times, and the dean...more

Crayola Creativity Week

Every January, Crayola celebrates its annual "Crayola Creativity Week," and this year's theme is "Upcycling and Upcycling in the School Library," reports the American Association of School...more

Sacramento art education group gets federal funding for violence prevention program

"Racial tensions rose in the last year as Sacramento County schools witnessed hate crimes against Black students and administrators and burgeoning incidences of youth seeking mental health services...more

University Of Applied Arts Vienna Spotlights Ten Student Design Projects

Austrian design student Nikolas Heep says he's on a "gruelling mission" to cut his water use from 130 liters to just 1.5 liters per day. And that's not all he's been doing: He's also been...more

A Portrait Of America's Prison Arts Programs

"I initially wanted to be unengaged, a fly on the wall, just because it was remarkable to me," says photographer Peter Merts. But now he follows "the emotional energy in the room," as CNN puts it,...more

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